Hello fellow adventurers,
I'm lucky enough to be able to visit Paraguay this upcoming November, however only for a short time (4 days). I feel that to maximize what I'm able to see/convenience it makes more sense for me to rent a car rather than relying on buses. My question is, has anyone else rented a car and driven while in Paraguay? My general plan is to depart from Asuncion, then make my way with several stops to Ciudad Del Este. Once I've seen the falls, I'll have to turn around and…
i want to go from Sucre to Paraguay.
I found a couple of (very) old informations, but no current infos.
There is a bus from Santa Cruz to Asuncion. Right!?
But i don't like to sit in a bus for 24-30 hours.
Does the bus stop in Villamontes? I read that somewhere. Can I get on there?
Second question: Is there a stop in Filadelfia?
I would like to see the city and not go directly to Asuncion.
Where can I buy a ticket?
Are there other possibilities?
Thanks for you answers.
my travelmate and I (both german) are currently in New Zealand. Our next and final destination is going to be Paraguay. Currently we are trying to figure out the cheapest way to Asuncion were we are going to meet a friend who is working there.
The flights to Buenos Aires are pretty cheap, so we are probably going to fly there around the 1st of July.
what is the cheapest way from there to Asuncion?
I heard there are serveral buses, but somehow I couldnt find any valid…
Hello fellow travellers. I will soon head into Paraguay for the first time. Only country in South America that I have not visited before, so I would REALLY appreciate some help and advice! I will be entering from Argentina directly in Asuncion, and after one week leave from there to Peru by plane.
What do you reccomend doing? I am open to suggestions, be it National Parks or historic towns. I would also go up north.
Thanks in advance.
From Campo Grande the bus to Ponta Pora takes 5.5 hours & costs 90 Real. The Policia Federal in Ponta Pora town centre no longer give exit & entry stamps, you need to go to Policia Federal in Ponta Pora airport. From the bus stn. get a bus to Shopping China, a huge shopping centre, you can´t miss it. From Shopping China go across the highway & follow signs to the airport, about a 1KM walk from the highway. Back at Shopping China the white building on the right is Paraguayan passport control…
We know that it was not very nice idea from Py to apply the "reciprocal fee" for Visa for the Australiens, Canadiens, US-Americans and some more. I tell you travellars, that whe are very unhappy about that sh.... and that we (travel providers) suffer from that 90 % down on travellars flow.
We give you our word that Py is unchanched worth a trip on the "unbeaten track" and that you (as the thousonds of travellars in the years before) will discover a very beatyfull country.
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